Articles by Beth Desmond
Beth Desmond / December 13, 2019
I fear that yesterday’s election may turn out to be the worst for LGBT rights in nearly thirty years. But there are still people ready to fight for progress
Concerns about LGBT classes for primary schools miss the point—there's nothing "inappropriate" about love
Beth Desmond / March 5, 2019
Those who object to these lessons often do so due to a misconception that if children are being taught about gay relationships, surely gay sex must come into it at some point. That's not only...
For years, gay bars were a vital refuge—but it's time we stopped treating LGBT spaces as synonymous with drinking
Beth Desmond / February 26, 2019
Not only do plenty of people prefer not to drink, but multiple studies suggest that LGBT are at greater risk of alcoholism. In 2019, isn't it time we offered more spaces to an often marginalised...